Windows Defender Handle Is Invalid Error
thank you for sharing this.HansReplyDeleteAnonymousMay 28, 2012 at 3:29 PMThanks Pete.Problem resolved in mere minutes. onlt txrReplyDeleteAnonymousSeptember 25, 2011 at 5:46 AMnope i safed it in my picture file instead, but had to re-do the whole thing for it to workReplyDeleteAnonymousSeptember 28, 2011 at 6:45 AMAwesome. I have this ugly problem but I don't know how to import that data to make my defender work again if you can help pls send me here your instructions [email protected] I stumbled here because I got some trojan or virus called Total Vista Security installed onto my laptop without my permission. http://pubdimensions.com/windows-defender/windows-defender-error-the-handle-is-invalid.php
I have never disabled Windows Defender, have never upgraded the system from XP to Vista, and never changed any default settings with Defender. After importing it on the broken machine and rebooting, Defender works again. Thanks Engel, appreciate the response. Couldn'tve done it without you!!!ReplyDeleteJohn McEvilly, IrelandApril 18, 2011 at 2:23 PMAmazing!Thanks for that.
Thank you for the assist :DReplyDeleteAnonymousFebruary 25, 2012 at 8:56 AMYou, sir, are a star. Posted by newsoft at 8:33 AM 5 comments: Jason said... This is assuming you don't want to run it. Choose Yes when you are prompted to create a new file. 2.
Has been a long time coming finding this simple solution.ReplyDeleteAnonymousSeptember 30, 2011 at 1:05 PMMy computer was attacked by one of those fake scanner programs, and when I used Malbytes AntiMalware If you have a similar problem to mine (Defender in Vista seemingly installed, but getting a "can't initialize" error), try the following (originally posted here by cdninja) Step 1: Back up this was extremely easy to follow and worked like a charm. why not try these out The main reason I'm a bit concerned is because I normally receive Windows updates every other day (usually for Defender) and I haven't had a new installation update since May 29
Of course this is not for the faint of heart :)Fortunately, the error is pretty easy to figure out: Windows Defender cannot acquire a handle on the WinDefend service ... For the first time I finally found something that actually worked and it worked like a champ. Had a corrupted registry due to a Vista -spyware2010 virus, and this fixed my defender after I removed the virus. fixed error 80070424, not exist as an installed service.hopefully others will find this, and it will help them, too!ReplyDeleteAnonymousApril 13, 2011 at 9:52 AMThanks for writing this guide and posting it,
The handle is invalid.I get the same error if I try and manually run defender.I have Googled this and all I get is either "restore to an earlier time" or download In the File Name box, and type a name for your backup file, such as "Options" or "Backup". 5. Now seems to be fixed, thank you very much :DReplyDeleteAnonymousMay 12, 2011 at 2:26 PMWhen I double click on the defenderfix.reg file I never get a message box asking me if Thank you for your assistance repairing Windows Defender.ReplyDeleteAnonymousJune 20, 2011 at 9:01 AMJooooohhooooooo!!!!Worked for me alright!Tnx a lot!RobinReplyDeleteAnonymousJune 25, 2011 at 2:37 PMCountless sites, the only solution that worked!
Both Windows Vista and Windows 7 systems have a pre-installed Memory Diagnostics tool. have a peek at these guys Parallax Software Pixies Project 86 Quarashi Radiohead Rosefield Rivals Shiny Toy Guns Sigur Rós Sleigh Bells Starflyer 59 The Black Mages The Go! Register or Login Home Explore Latest Popular Calendar Members Who's On Narrow your search by specific forums Home » Technical Forums » Microsoft Windows » Windows Defender error Windows Defender error Therefore, we strongly suggest using the downloadable Application Failed To Initialize 0x80070006 The Handle Is Invalid Repair Kit to fix Application Failed To Initialize 0x80070006 The Handle Is Invalid errors The
Discussion in 'Software' started by korniceman3000, Jun 3, 2011. I believe the problem began with an attack by malware calling itself Vista Home Security 2012. Edited by Allan, 11 June 2011 - 03:49 PM. check over here So, when you use more programs, you may also require a lot more RAM.
The handle is inva I uninstalled Windows Defender after having aquired a virus that mimicked Windows Defender which took over my computer. One thing I can't figure out, however, is why they decided to integrate Windows Defender into the operating system. But for the time being, it is enough to export the following registry key from another Vista computer, and to import it back again:HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\WinDefendCase solved !
Post Reply Windows Defender error View Flat Ascending Flat Descending Threaded Options Subscribe to topic Print This Topic Goto Topics Forum Author Message s8lam2000 Posted 5 Years Ago 128MB Group: Forum
And it worked ! Insufficient disk space: Before installing any new software or driver, verify free space availability of at least 100 to 500 megabytes on your PC's hard drive. With one or two exceptions, I'd say it's pretty solid, and in my experience with it, I haven't found it deserving of the "buggy mess" label a lot of folks seem Do you have a similar fix for windows firewall,windows update & security center?
Choose Yes when you are prompted to save the file. 4. Reply Quote s8lam2000 Posted 5 Years Ago 128MB Group: Forum Members Last Active: 4 Months Ago Posts: 162, Visits: 910 OK, trying the suggestions in your first link:STEP 1: Software program problems. this content Thank you.ReplyDeleteBigBopperJuly 1, 2011 at 11:15 AMLuckily I found this early in my search for a fix.
After a rouge virus was removed, Windows Defender was not working anymore. Now if I can just get the Windows Firewall to turn back on...ReplyDeleteAnonymousJanuary 5, 2012 at 10:56 PMWorked like a charm. Back to top #3 korniceman3000 korniceman3000 Topic Starter Members 180 posts OFFLINE Local time:01:25 PM Posted 11 June 2011 - 03:00 PM If I were you I'd disable Defender permanently Reply Quote EdP Posted 5 Years Ago Overclocked Group: Forum Members Last Active: 5 hours ago Posts: 11.6K, Visits: 23.9K Completely remove Windows Defender and reinstall using a fresh
A problem... hmm but you saved me the pain wow what a good fix thanksReplyDeleteAnonymousMay 9, 2009 at 4:46 AMthx alot....can u help me in another problem?....itz wif my security center....it can't be I did exactly as you did and it fixed the issue and no longer receive the error. And every single time I searched for help on this issue people were saying you must reinstall windows.
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